linux-compat: problems installing rpm, bunch of .so's missing
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Wed Mar 28 17:01:13 UTC 2007
Quoting eps+ques0703 at ana.com (Eric P. Scott) (Wed, 28 Mar 2007 09:14:06 -0700 (PDT)):
> I tried using the download "for any x86 distribution," and got
> something that should be pretty close to a reasonable
> installation, but it looks like it's dying somewhere in
> wine-preloader. It seems to have trouble with its own
Uhm... wine... this will not work because of the way they are using
parts of the linux kernel.
> ntdll.dll.so. It then looks for a copy in
> /usr/local/lib/wine (which, if existent, would be for the "wrong"
> ABI). It see that's hardwired into libwine.so.1, presumably as a
If started by a linux program (e.g. linux bash in /compat/linux/ from a
wrapper script), it should first find the one installed in the linux
compat tree first.
> fallback to WINEDLLPATH. (Why is there no i386 linux_kdump
> package for FreeBSD 6.2???)
Probably because there's no src on the package build cluster...
> Perhaps someone else will have better luck.
Not without major work in the kernel, at least when you want to use the
Now... what about forgetting about the linux wine which comes with
picasa? Try to use the FreeBSD wine.
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